How to use the NHL’s Asset Management System
The NHL has rolled out a new asset management software for all its franchises, as part of a wider overhaul of its business.
As part of its asset management system, the league will now allow teams to manage and store assets for free, with the goal of helping them to manage their own players and to make them available to the team for use in future.
The league has not yet said exactly how many players it will allow to be stored, but sources have told ESPN that it could be in the hundreds.
The asset management program is being rolled out over three years and is set to begin in 2021, with all current players from the league’s three teams being eligible to sign contracts with the teams.
“There is a lot of room for growth,” NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said at a press conference in January.
“We’re in the middle of the evolution of our asset management and we’re just at the beginning of that.
It’s an important and important opportunity for us to really be part of that, to help grow this league and to grow our teams.”
The new asset-management software will be free for all teams.
For teams that are already using the NHL Asset Management Platform, the software will cost $40 per year, while for teams that do not already use the software, it will be $20 per year.
The NHL is also looking to expand its role in the world of asset management.
The league has become increasingly reliant on its global network of assets for its business, which is now worth more than $8 billion.
The NHL now has over 2,500 licensed NHL players and has invested in the teams that use them.
It is currently investing in several teams and teams are expected to announce more partnerships with the league in the coming weeks.
The use of the NHL Assets Management Platform will also help ensure that players, such as Connor McDavid and Sidney Crosby, are protected from potential legal issues and other legal issues arising from the ownership of their team’s assets.
This will also allow teams the ability to access the assets in an orderly fashion.
“We have an asset management strategy and we have a strategy for asset management, and we’ve done a lot in the past couple of years to help our players and teams in managing their assets,” Bettman added.
“I think we’ve really hit on the key points where we can really leverage this to grow the game and help our teams grow.”
The NHL will not release an exact number for the number of players that it will let players on its teams sign contracts in the future.
It has also not disclosed the cost of the software for teams.